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also...as hurricane matthew weakens to a category one storm...it still left behind destruction and devastation....the new numbers...into our newsroom...coming up..... also... is donald trump too far in to pull out of the presidential race? a preview of tonight's debate...after derogatory statements made...decades ago...have now resurfaced.. charleston-vo but we begin with breaking news....a massive fire nearly takes down an entire strip mall... las vegas fire and rescue say the fire started around 11-30 last night...near valley view and charleston..... dispatchers say they received multiple 9-1-1 calls because of how big the flames were...... the fire did break through the roof and eventually....the building collapsed.... "we had a collapsed...but the fire didn't spread bc of a fire wall" no injuries were reported...
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blaze under control.... and more breaking news ... out of southern california police say the man accused of shooting and killing two officers in palm springs...has been arrested. this is new video showing other palm springs officers holding at procession outside a hospital late last night.... the neighborhood where the officers were s lockdown just hours ago.... that's bececause police say the suspect was barricading himself inside the home for nearly 12 hours. police say they were originally called out...for a domestic dispute.. a third officer was also wounded during the shooting. the condition of the wounded officer isn't clear. good morning las vegas... i'm lesley marin... the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennet. good morning greg!
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((ad-lib)) forecast looking just about the same for las vegas as yesterday but high temperatures are increasing slightly to the lower 90s. 88 to 93 degrees will be common throughout the valley with mainly sunny to partly sunny skies and winds between 5 and 15 mph out of the east/southeast. by columbus day, monday, a front from the north will begin to pass over head. it will pull slightly more moisture from the south than the past coup rain chances still hold at less than 5% for the valley and gusts between 20 and 25 mph. these winds will continue into will be common along with a few bringing what's described as record-breaking flooding to north carolina this morning. governor pat mccrory says the state could see its worst flooding since hurricane floyd in 19-99. matthew has killed 14 people in the u-s since friday... leaving destruction from
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it also knocked out power to more than two million people. and in haiti...the storm left a trail of death and destruction before heading to the u- s.... the powerful storm killed more than 300 people in haiti....but reuters is reporting....the death toll could be closer to 800. the country's ambassador says the death toll is expected to rise, as emergency workers reach remote areas. the united nations says ...this is the country's worst humanitarian crisis since the 2010 eartha with just 30 days until election day.... the stakes are high. tonight donald trump and clinton square off in the 2nd presidential debate. that audio recording from over a decade ago featuring donald trump making crude comments about women. abc's karen travers is on the campus of washington university in st louis.....the site of tonight's debate. hillary clinton/d-presidential nominee donald trump/r- presidential nominee cokie roberts/abc news political commentator
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from 2005 - first reported by the washington post - the billionaire caught on a hot mic with tv host billy bush - talking about an attempt to sleep with married women. trump: i moved on her and i failed, i'll admit it. bush: whoa trump i did try and f-- her, she was married. trump later brags that his status as a celebrity gives him a free pass to grope women. grab them by the p---y. you can do anything. hillary clinton tweeted: this is horrific. we cannot allow this man to republicans, including mitt romney, members of congress, and the chair of the rnc... condeming trump's comments. clinton got a solid bounce out of the first debate. i thought the first one went pretty well. she now has a five point lead over trump in one national poll - that same poll before the first debate had trump on top! is this trump's last chance to turn things around? forget debate prep, i mean give me a
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clinton is debate prepping for 3 or 4 days? hillary clinton is resting. trump's campaign insists he has the advantage with this town hall format - he can focus directly on the audience and not engage as much with clinton. one potential pitfall tonight - half the questions are coming from the audience. he can't get mad at jane q. citizen like he gets mad at us. o/c close: tk tk tk kt abc news this debate look like - are tic-tac mints -- tweeting about the controversy. trump mentions them in the video. they say quote -- "tic tac respects all women.
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-- and behavior completely inappropriate -- and unacceptable." this isn't the first candy maker to distance themselves from trump. skittles -- denounced donald trump junior ... after he compared syrian refugees to the candy. and....wikileaks has released thousands of hacked e-mails -- from hillary clinton's campaign manager. they were posted online -- just hours after the obama administration -- accused russia -- of trying to alter the november election. some -- were highly sensitive discussions -- from inside the faced a strong challenge -- from bernie sanders. others -- were everyday exchanges -- and newsletters. the 2nd presidential debate will be tonight.... starting at 6 p-m. you can watch it right here -- on channel 13. a brawl-- breaks out at two valley restaurants! and now -- a popular re-thinking its security. we want to warn you this video -- is graphic. pause for nats students
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football game between arbor view and centennial high school. a student at arbor view -- telling 13-action news -- the fight began at this raising cane's. then things got out of control... spilling out into the parking lot and into this in-n-out next door. an employee -- gets caught in the middle. someone --viciously punching and kicking the person. the manager says -- they're looking into adding security after football games. because she says the restaurant is "a lot of them get a lot of the high school kids that love to come in and hang out. we love our customers and appreciate them but what happened last night was very unfortunate." police didn't arrest anyone. and officers say -- one woman went to the hospital -- with minor injuries. good morning everyone! still to come... a train derails in new york leaving dozens stranded on a saturday...
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and... a grandma says police has violated her... because of a weed plant she was growing.... and now she's demanding
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but high temperatures are increasing slightly to the lower 90s. 88 to 93 degrees w be common throughout the valley with mainly sunny to partly sunny skies and winds between 5 and 15 mph
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by columbus day, monday, a front from the north will begin to pass over head. it will pull slightly more moisture from the south than the past still hold at less than 5% for the valley and mountains. clouds are expected to build in
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between 10 and 15 mph with gusts between 20 and 25 mph. these winds will continue into tuesday and temperatures hold between the upper 80s and lower 90s. ((ad-lib at desk)) in massachusetts -- state troopers swarm an elderly marijuana plant. and now she says they violated her constitutional rights. 81-year-old peg holcomb says -- she uses the marijuana for medicinal purposes. she says -- it helps with her glaucoma. i am a responsible and mature
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a violation of my rights." i asked them if they had a warrant. they said they could get a warrant if i chose to escalate." state troopers say -- they have to seize marijuana plants -- when they see them -- as part of a state program. and they say -- they usually don't press criminal charges. straight ahead... in this week's dirty dining...they're giving darcy spears the run around...after getting a grade c for storing trash by food and workers not and-- the unlv running rebel football foundation is here! we'll talk to them...about why the community's support is the
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a new coach...the annoucment of the fettita football complex....but they still need joining me now is tim o'reilly with the unlv football foundation! why is it important for the community to support the unlv football foundation? how is the unlv football foundation different than what unlv does for the
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football foundation? tim--- you were pretty popular on the field... the unlv running rebels...next saturday...before their back at the thomas and mac october 22 facing off against colorado state. for more information on how to help...visit unlv
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fettita football complex....but they still need one thing! your support! joining me now is tim o'reilly with the unlv football important for the community to support the unlv football foundation? how is the unlv football foundation different than what unlv does for the football program? what 'perks' do i get by supporting the unlv football
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the field... the unlv running rebels...next game is against hawaii next saturday...before their back at the thomas and mac october 22
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the thomas and mac october 22 facing off against colorado state. for more information on how to help...visit unlv football
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out about the problems at a valley restaurant in this dirty dining report. :25 i'm darcy spears from channel 13. we're here because you guys are on dirty dining for the 38-demerit c grade you got from the health district and we'd like to get your side of the story. michelle hasbun: yeah, but the owner is not here. darcy: we just need to talk to whoever is in charge, right now, here on the property. michelle: i don't know how can darcy: are you the person in charge? michelle: yes. now that we've established that, we can start trying to get answers from mariscos el pariente on flamingo and jones. their 38-demerit c grade came from violations like improper handwashing. trash stored next to clean dishes presenting a cross-contamination hazard. and some sort of black yuck spurting out of this pipe. 1:02 darcy: what's your take on what's in the health report--what inspectors found wrong here? michelle : well, actually, everything has been
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we want to know about cole slaw and tuna sal temperatures. tongs stored on oven door handles next to soiled rags. raw octopus and oysters stored above cooked soups. and cooked rice in a plastic grocery bag. 1:43 darcy: why would stuff like that not be handled properly? michelle : not sure. like i said, everything has been fixed already. so there shouldn't be no problem now. again, no answers or explanation. 2:07 darcy: but what i'm trying to figure out is why these place. what was wrong in the kitchen? why didn't they wash their hands properly? why was food out of temperature? why was rice stored in a grocery bag in the make table? 2:34 michelle: you would need to talk to the other person that was here at the time... wait a minute. the "other" person? it's her name and her signature on the health report. and inspectors noted the person in charge was not familiar with symptoms of foodborne illness or other basic food safety regulations. 2:54 darcy: why were there
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know, to be honest with you, um, i don't have an answer for you right now. she blames the health district for delaying their re-inspection. 4:48 michelle: now we have to wait for them. and that's what's stopping us from getting our a back and showing that we were doing things right. we point out the date on the health report. 5:11 darcy: september 20th of 2016. michelle: uh, well, actually, um, was it the 20th? darcy: yeah. you can see right here. so the c's been 20th. that's ten days ago. at that point, she ran out of excuses. moving on to our imminent health hazard closures, we begin with ben's bbq and smokehouse. that food truck was shut down for operating without any water. and villa italian kitchen at the fashion show mall was shut down for a sewage spill. there was a large trash can full of liquid waste, which was also backing up from a floor drain and pooling on the
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wa its a grade back. villa italian kitchen re-opened with an a. ben's bbq and smokehouse is still closed. darcy spears, 13 action news. good morning las vegas.. still ahead this morning... we're are learning more information about the officers gunned down in california... how they are being remembered... also...some developing news...an amber alert is issued for a missing girl....and officials believe the suspects is taking the girl back to his
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las vegas fire and rescue say the fire started around 11-30 last night...near valley view and charleston..... dispatchers say they received multiple 9-1-1 calls because of how big the flames were...... the fire did be roof and eventually....the building collapsed.... no injuries were reported... fire officials say it took about 50 firemen to get the blaze under control.... also....the suspect in the palm springs california shootings has been taken into custody.... two officers were killed yesterday afternoon....while responding to a domestic dispute..... coming up...we'll hear more about the officers' service to their community..... right now...police in florida
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witnesses say rebecca lewis was spotted with west hogs georgia at a gas station near interstate-75...... here's a closer look at their pictures.... officials issued an amber alert for rebecca lewis from polk county florida saturday evening. they say the girl....with blond hair and blue eyes ...was last seen in the morning sleeping. now her grandmother is pleading for help.... ( oma mae lewis,grandmother) "we are all heartbroken. i'm sure everybody knows..we just want our baby back home so if there is anyone out there anywhere that can help us bring her back home to us." deputies say hogs and lewis may be in a 2012 grey or silver nissan car that was reportedly stolen in alabama. the time now is ... let's get started with a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) ((ad-lib))
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israeli police say two people
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in jerusalem. one of the victims is a police officer, and the other a civilian. it happened this morning.... the suspect has turned himself in... but authorities say this isn't the first time he's been in trouble... police say he was convicted of attacking a police officer back in 20- 13 and was sentenced to 12 months in jail.... a suspect is wanted for a bank robbery in henderson. police say -- the gunman knocked off a citibank -- friday morning -- near eastern and saint-rose parkway. witnesses say -- he stormed in -- pointed a gun at a bank employee -- and demanded money. he jumps over the counter -- and fires a shot into the floor -- before taking off -- with an unknown amount of cash. no one was injured. these are exclusive pictures from inside of the train that
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saturday night. a cnn employee was on the train that jumped the tracks in garden city, new york. the photos show passengers inside a train car ...that has seats busted by the impact. windows on the train were also broken. photos show a passenger with what appears to be two broken legs. developing news... the makers of epipen have agreed to a multi-million dollar fine. mylan -- will pay 4-hundred 65- million dollars-- to the the embattled pharmaceutical company -- is accused of overcharging medicaid -- for the life-saving allergy drug. under the agreement -- mylan does not admit -- any wrong doing. we are learning more information on the officers shot and killed in palm springs california... the chief there spoke earlier in the day on their behalf...before the suspect was taken into custody....12 hours later.... as lauren coronado reports....the female officer had just returned to
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springs police) "i feel like i'm awake in a nightmare." a msober day for the city of palm cypress avenue. the two officers killed are jose gilbert vega and lesley zerebny of the palm springs police department. chief bryan reyes was emotional as he described the fallen officers. (chief bryan reyes, palm springs police) "officer gil the palm springs ps, a patrol officer who was not scheduled to work today. he chose to work overtime retire. officer lesley zerebny, one and a half years on the job, she just returned to work after giving birth to her baby daughter four months ago." the community gathered at the palm springs police memorial--where people left flowers, candles,
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especially them they don't deserve this..theyre in heaven right now and i know that for sure and theyre still watching over us. our hearts go out to the families god bless them. whatever we can do please let the community know and we will all gather." mayor robert moon wants to see change for law enforcement. (robert moon, mayor) "we have to do something about this. our police officers protect all latino, asian, everyone and we really need to look out for our police officers and protect our police officers." tonight--reyes asks for the community's continous support during this tragic time. (chief bryan reyes, palm springs police) "my employees are broken, and if theres ever a time to pray for palm springs this time. reporting live from the newsroom... lauren coronado... newschannel 3. good morning everyone!
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if you're wondering why greg's voice is a little scratchy this morning.... he was out competing with the competition...but it was all for a good cause.... tropical cyclone matthew continues to batter the atlantic coast. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen, and as a computer programmer, i created apps... before they were called "apps" and i learned there's always a smart solution. as president of my synagogue,
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ects in the state. in congress, i'll work with democrats and republicans to make all of nevada a leader in solar, to improve our schools, and create good jobs. i approved this message because i know we can
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cautiously easing up on evacuation orders.... flooding remains a huge concern. scott mclean reports from savannah, georgia. what we decided to do was just allow our guardian angels to take care of our home susan freeman was among the thousands it was a decision she would soon regret. i heard cracking and popping all night long, scary, very scary. hurricane matthew didn't make landfall in georgia, but it was bring winds strong enough to uproot trees and take down power lines. and rain that swamped homes and cut off roads. i would say that the damage is not as widespread, there certainly is some significant areas of damage. matthew did make landfall between charleston and myrtle beach south carolina -- but by the time it got there, it had weakened to a category 1 hurricane. still -- matthew was strong
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roads impassable, knock out power to hundreds of thousands of people and leave a big mess behind. "we were able to do the best that we could to keep everybody safe and so keep in mind that lives are what's most important" while south carolina cleans up, north carolina is still batoning down. "i'm extremely concerned since this hurricane has been downgraded, that people will let up their guard. the storm has turned deadly in that state -- and the eastern portion has begun to see record flooding. forecasters expect matthew to move off shore early in savannah, i'm scott mclean reporting.. ((ad-lib)) forecast looking just about the same for las vegas as yesterday but high temperatures are increasing slightly to the lower 90s. 88 to 93 degrees will be common
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skies and winds between 5 and 15 mph out of the east/southeast. by columbus day, monday, a front from the north will begin to pass over head. it will pull slightly more moisture from the south than the past couple of days but than 5% for the valley and mountains. clouds are expected to build in and winds pick up to a breeze between 10 and 15 mph with gusts between 20 and 25 mph. these winds will continue into tuesday and temperatures hold between the upper 80s and lower
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will be common along with a few passing clouds and milder winds. temperatures are increasing slightly to the lower 90s. 88 to 93 degrees will be common throughout the valley with ly sunny skies and winds between 5 and 15 mph out of the east/southeast. by columbus day, monday, a front from the north will begin to pass over head. it will pull slightly more moisture from the south than rain chances still hold at less than 5% for the valley and mountains. clouds are expected to build in and winds pick up to a breeze between 10 and 15 mph with gusts between 20 and 25 mph. these winds will continue into tuesday and temperatures hold between the upper 80s and lower 90s. by wednesday, mid and upper 80s
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today...will be the last day for the 23rd-annual -- chivalry
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it's happening at sunset park. admission is 13-dollars for adults. kids under 5 -- get in for free. things will kick off at 10 a-m. finally -- some good news in the fight against the zika virus. hurricane matthew -- could -- at least temporarily -- slow
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washes away mosquitos -- including the ones -- carrying zika. the storm -- also -- clearing out larvae -- from breeding sites. more good news. mosuito populations -- typically drop -- around this time of year. . and....clark county school police -- gave away hundreds of car seats -- at thurman-white middle school -- in henderson. it was first-come -- first-serve. officers -- also taught parents -- how to properly install the car seats. here are today's sri now trending... some haitians in new york are trying to help the survivors of hurricane matthew. a bakery in brooklyn is collecting supplies that it plans to ship over to haiti. the bakery's co-owner says he wants people to donate things like flashlights, batteries and toiletries. the hurricane has wreaked havoc in parts of haiti and killed more than 300-people. one donor says that helping the survivors is a must for him. (harry d'janite, donated to bakery): "i'm haitian and that's my people so of course i
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i had to get up out of my bed freight companies that could help ship the donations. and.. this guy is lucky to be alive after getting stuck in the grill of a car in florida. it happened saturday in clay county...which was one of the communities affected by the bald eagle was rescued after the driver pulled over and called for help. clay county sheriff's deputies and fire rescue workers turned the eagle over to the beaks wildlife bird sanctuary. you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. just download our free 13 action news mobile app. you can get the latest weather updates, breaking news alerts and more. we'll be back with today's top stories and a final check of your first alert forecast. you're watching 13 action news,
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down an entire strip mall... las vegas fire and rescue say the fire started around 11-30 last night...near valley view and charleston..... the fire did break through the roof..... thankfully.....no injuries were reported... fire officials say it took about 50 firemen to get the blaze under control.... the suspect in the palm springs california shootings has been taken into custody.... two officers were killed yesterday afternoon....while respo dispute..... police say the suspect barricaded himself inside the home they were called out to for 12 hours... a train derails in long island... saturday night. a journalist was on the train that jumped the tracks in garden city, new york. the photos show passengers inside a train car that has some seats busted by the impact. one passenger appears to have both of her legs broken.
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition
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i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. ? ? shawn tempesta: welcome to the morning blend extra. i'm shawn tempesta. so does your home need major repair? do you need to sell quickl for cash? our next guest, lathe lavada, who's a real estate expert, investor and real estate broker for first prime realty group, is here to show us how he can buy your home for cash in a snap. here with more, lathe lavada. lathe, great having you, my friend. lathe lavada: thank you. shawn: so what types of homes are you buying, and what sellers are you buying from? >> i generally buy homes that are unwanted from sellers who need to sell quickly. generally, these homes need massive repairs and the seller can't complete them. shawn: so these aren't the "i just want to get a quick sale
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got a lot of work to do here. let's just get out of it. lathe: exactly, a cash buyer needs to come in and purchase those homes. shawn: so at what point -- like what kind of sellers are you seeing? what situations are they finding themselves in? lathe: typically, the seller is facing some sort of hardship such as a job loss, a relocation, maybe they own an unwanted rental property, or maybe they've inherited a home from a family member who's passed away recently, and they just need to get rid of the property and move on quickly. shawn: absolutely. i know with inspections and stuff like that, a lot of typical home-buying situations when there's a lot of repairs to be done, they won't even give you funding if you don't do the repairs before it closes escrow. you don't have to worry about that. you just come in as a cash buyer. lathe: right. many home owners don't want to buy these homes, and they can't buy these homes because like you said, the mortgage, it's impossible to get or very challenging to get. a lot of folks don't know if they have a bare floor, they can't close on a loan.
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lathe: so there are certain things that need to be done and certain improvements that need to be done to the property sometimes that the seller just can't afford, where a cash purchase like myself is the only one that'll work for that particular property. shawn: so then you get the home, what do you do with these properties? lathe: i put them back on the market. i either keep them as rentals in my long term rental portfolio, or i'll put them back on the market for resale and sell them to loan buyers, and i like to make every situation a win win, so when these home buyers come getting a rehabbed property at the market value. shawn: absolutely. does the seller have to end up spending money on a real estate commission or no? lathe: there actually is no real estate commissions on the homes that i buy, and i also pay all of the seller's ordinary closing costs at close of escrow as well, and there's no costly fix-ups like we said, or repairs for the seller. this is an "as is" sale, so once i buy the home, the transaction is complete. there's no going back to the seller for anything, and i've
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help with trash outs afterwards, and i just simply tell them, take whatever you need from the property, leave the rest and i'll handle it, so it makes it a very easy, nice, smooth transition for them. shawn: you rent the big dumpster. you just leave it, we'll take care of it. that's fantastic. uh, the typical home sale, you go through the normal mls deal, that could take 60, 90, 120 days or more. how quickly are you able to close on these properties? lathe: you know, i've closed properties in under three days before. shawn: wow! lathe: you know, every situation is different, every seller is different, so it's based on the seller's time frame and their situation and not mine, so we can accommodate whether it's fast or slow. i always say i want to buy your property, but i don't have to buy your property, so whenever you're ready is when we'll close on that transaction. shawn: now how do people know if this is the right option for them, how do they get in contact? lathe: you know the easiest way is to call my office for a 24-hour no-obligation offer. i have a three-step process. basically you call in, we'll give you an evaluation on the home, we'll come to a purchase
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and take that to closing, and we do close it through a third party title and escrow company. shawn: that's important. lathe: it is, because you want to make sure the funds are there and you get paid as a seller, and by taking it through that third party, the seller's are insured to get their funds at closing. i actually just had a seller who called me the other day and said, how am i assured that i'm going to get those funds, and that i've heard horror stories. shawn: you don't want a post-dated check that doesn't ever clear or anything like that. you see those signs on the side of the road that doesn't have a business name on them, it's just a phone number. you're not a f operation. lathe: no, i'm actually a real estate broker and an agent as well, so i mean i do everything just as i'd do a normal transaction, but in this case i'm buying the home as a "for sale by owner" as a cash investor, and i like doing those deals. i get to help a lot of home owners move on from their properties. shawn: quick and easy, lathe, great having you. thank you so much. lathe: thank you. shawn: all right, if you'd like to sell your home for cash to lathe lavada, call 702-476-2000. the number's right there on your screen.
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quick and easy, no obligation 24-hour cash offer, and his website is also listed there on the screen. have a great day, everybody.
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. thanks so much for letting us come into your homes. we are here in the beautiful city of detroit at comerica park. in all of detroit, michigan, right here with me tonight. we are blessed to have you as well, so blessed to have you guys. i want to talk to you tonight about how trouble is transportation. we all go through difficulties in life and things we don't understand, and it's easy to get discouraged and think, "why is this happening to me?" but god uses difficulties to move us toward our destiny.

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